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Invisible Children – Community Resilience in Central Africa (CRCA) Project Coordinator

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Date de clôture : vendredi 22 juin 2018

Invisible Children – Community Resilience in Central Africa (CRCA) Project Coordinator

Organization : Invisible Children
Closing date: 22 Jun 2018

Reports to: Deputy Chief of Party (DCoP)

Key Collaborators: Chief of Party (CoP), Director of Policy and Research, Invisible Children DRC and CAR protection teams, Early Warning System (EWS) and CRCA managers

Duty Station: The position is based in Obo and Zémio, CAR (security permitting), with extensive travel in the region.

Position Summary:

The CRCA Project Coordinator acts as the key interface between CRCA’s leadership and project field personnel to ensure an effective and efficient flow of information between the main office in Bangui and field offices on project planning, quality, reporting and implementation. In addition, the CRCA project coordinator handles special activities and information requests for the DCoP.

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Get to understand to a high level of details the project proposal, initial and annual implementation plans, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) plan, award, Environmental Mitigation and Monitoring Plan (EMMP), foundational research and baseline methodology and any other key programmatic document that may become available. The CRCA Project Coordinator is expected to ensure that the content of those documents is fully understood and applied by project field staff. They must also be able to identify discrepancies between the content of those documents and field plans and activities, and to alert the DCoP when this is the case;
  2. Liaise closely with the CRCA DCoP on a daily basis to relay critical information between CRCA field personnel and the DCoP, in both directions, with the objective of enhancing the speed and quality of CRCA’s programmatic planning and delivery;
  3. Handle rapid requests from DCoP for data collection, processing, analysis and presentation as well as ad hoc reports on specific issues;
  4. Establish, manage and maintain key project documents and ‘databases’ such as the lists and maps of CRCA communities and HF (High Frequency – such as Codans) radios, and related information;
  5. Facilitate the planning, preparation, and delivery of key project processes, such as:
  6. With key IC operational support personnel:
  7. IC’s support to Harvard Humanitarian Initiative on key field processes such as research, mid-term evaluation, end-line survey and final evaluation;
  8. IC’s support to selected consultants/contractors;
  9. With Key IC EWS personnel: quality and timeliness of the EWS;
  10. With the protection program manager and project managers: Annual roll-out of visits to communities with week-by-week detailed planning, inclusion of conservation issues and timely delivery of quality field visit reports;
  11. With the M&E Manager: ensure that data, qualitative and quantitative reports are of high quality and submitted on time; contribute to lessons learnt; write success stories;
  12. Conferences, workshops, trainings and other events preparation and delivery.
  13. Work with the program team and the DRC Project Specialist on necessary revisions and adaptations of the CRCA field manual (for community visits);
  14. Coordinate closely with the DRC Project Specialist on their respective plans for vacation and other events that make them less available to the Project (such as professional development, etc.) so that to the greatest extent possible one of them is always available to the Project and can provide support to both countries.

Requirements:

  1. Diploma in international affairs, international development, or similar
  2. Three years of experience with an NGO
  3. Excellent command of French and English + good writing skills in both languages
  4. Experience coordinating with NGOs, CBOs and community groups is desired
  5. Demonstrated success in holding tight deadlines and operating under pressure
  6. Ability to travel and to live in environments with only basic comfort
  7. Comfortability operating in conflict and post-conflict areas
  8. Desirable: An understanding of the dynamics and challenges of operating in South-Eastern CAR
  9. Good command of MS Word, Powerpoint, Excel and general computing skills. An above average ability to produce, process and use data sets as well as ad hoc activity maps is desired **
How to apply

Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. Please send electronic submissions of your CV and cover letter to [email protected]. Please include “CRCA Project Coordinator” in the subject line. No telephone inquiries. Finalists will be contacted.

 

 

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